• An 18th century Chinese export porcelain double handled sauce boat enamelled in London c.1755-1765, probably by James Giles or his workshop.
  • A Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Ewer, Late Ming Dynasty, Chongzhen Period 1628-1644. This Islamic form ewer is painted with Chinese fishermen on the shore. The neck is decorated with stylised tulips in the Islamic style. The painting of this ewer is typical of the `High Transitional` style found at the end of the Ming and the beginning of the Qing Dynasty.
  • A Chinese export porcelain figure of the Immortal Zhang Guolao, Qianlong period c.1780. This Chinese porcelain figure is painted with bright thick Famille Rose enamels including white enamel for the beard, a pale green tunic and a yellow fish-drum. His emblem is a fish-drum, which is a tube-shaped bamboo drum with two iron rods or mallets that he carries with him, in other depictions of Zhang Guolao. #chineseporcelain #famillerose #chineseexportporcelain #qingporcelain #antiqueporcelain
  • A Ming Porcelain Stem Bowl c.1500.
  • A 17th Century Blanc de Chine porcelain crab form water dropper, Dehua Kilns, Fujian Province c.1640 – 1680. Realistically modelled as a crab with its pincers open in a lotus.
  • A Kangxi Porcelain Dish c.1680-1690. The Unusual Scene is of Flowering Prunus Tree Against the Nights Sky. The Back is Painted with Three Groups of Bare Branches. The Base with a Channel Foot and a Precious Object to the Center. There is a Chinese Family Name Inscribed to the Back.
  • A Pair of Blue and White Ming Porcelain Baluster Vases, Wanli Period (1573-1620). Painted in the 'Pencilled' Style (line decoration without areas of tonal wash). For a pair of similar Ming porcelain vases see : Yuan and Ming Blue and White From Jiangxi (Various authors Jiangxi Provincial Museum and the Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,2002) Item 97. Provenance : The Karl-Johan Thornander Collection 069. Label to the base of both vases.
  • A Chinese Export Porcelain Coffee Cup from the Qianlong Period (1736-1795). There is no Chinese Painting or Incised Decoration to this Cup. However, it has been very Finely Decorated in England, Probably at a Workshop in London, Possibly James Giles`s (1718-1780) Workshop (recorded as being at Berwick Street in London, he was an enamel decorator and retailer of English and Chinese porcelain).
  • A pair of Transitional Porcelain jars and covers, late Ming porcelain from Chongzhen period c.1643. Recovered from the ‘Hatcher Junk’ and sold in Christie’s in Amsterdam in 1984. The well painted jars are decorated in rich tones of cobalt blue with a cracked-ice ground with two leaf-shaped reserves, one containing a Phoenix with the other depicting a Qilin. The crack-ice ground is painted with flowering lotus and peony. The tops of the flat covers are decorated with lotus.
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  • www.orientalceramics.com A fine large Transitional porcelain jar and cover, late Ming porcelain from Chongzhen period c.1643. Recovered from the ‘Hatcher Junk’ and sold in Christies in Amsterdam in 1984. This well painted jar is decorated in rich tones of cobalt blue with a cracked-ice ground with two leaf-shaped reserves, one containing a Phoenix with the other depicting a Qilin. The crack-ice ground is painted with flowering lotus and peony.
  • A 17th century Blanc de Chine Porcelain bronze form censer late Ming or early Qing c.1620-1650, from the Dehua kilns in Fujian Province. The bombe form with two lion mask handles. The 19th century carved wood cover has a coral finial.
  • An 18th century Famille Rose porcelain teabowl and saucer decorated with acrobats, Qianlong period c.1775-1785.
  • A pair of large Kangxi porcelain Famille Verte jars and domed covers c.1690 – 1710. Well painted in bright Famille Verte enamels including overglaze blue. There are two panels showing river scenes and two with the ‘Hundred Antiques’ pattern . One of the landscape scenes. shows a promontory with buildings and a large watch tower keeping guard over the the entrance to the river, jagged mountains loom in the distance.
  • A Rare Gold Mounted and Gilt Decoration Kangxi Blanc de Chine Prunus Beaker c.1700 - 1720. The Gold Mounts and Gilt Decoration are French from the 1720`s.
  • A Fine and Rare Kangxi Porcelain Dish After a Book Imperially Commissioned by Kangxi in 1696, Gengzhi Tu (Pictures of Tilling and Weaving). This Very Well Painted Lively Scene Depicts Scene 17, Flailing the Rice. Four Men Can be Seen Hard at Work While an Assistant Pours Cups of Rice Wine or Tea, Their Living Accommodation is on the Right with a Blue Robe Hanging to Dry. A Seven Character Quatrain (Poem) Ends with a Gold and Iron-Red Seal Reading `Bao He Tai`.
  • An unusual Ming porcelain dish for the Japanese market, Tianqi or early Chongzhen c.1625 – 1635. The thickly moulded porcelain tea ceremony dish is in the shape of an aubergine. It is painted with a simple landscape including a small vessel on the water and a solitary figure on the foreshore. From our sold archive. #ming #mingporcelain #chineseporcelain #chineseantiques #chineseart #antiqueporcelain
  • A Qianlong Soft-Paste Porcelain Leaf Shape Dish c.1755-1765. Based on an English Soft-Paste Original. The Naturalistic Form is Raised on Three Small Feet, the Back is Moulded with the Veins of the Leaf. The Front is Painted in a Rich Cobalt Blue with a Bird in a Flowering Branch with Two Insects Hovering Near By. www.orientalceramics.com SOLD
  • www.orientalceramics.com A large Kangxi Blue and White porcelain dish, the base with a six character none-imperial mark and of the period 1662-1722. The shape and panelled borders of this Kangxi dish are somewhat reminiscent of earlier Kraakware. Decorated to the center with a woman on horseback being greeted by a woman shaded by a parasol in a garden setting.
  • An unusual Chinese export porcelain Famille model of an Immortal riding a Horse, Qianlong period c.1750-1770.
  • An unusual Chinese export porcelain Famille model of an Immortal riding a Elephant, Qianlong period c.1750-1770.
  • An 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Model of an Immortal on a Qilin, Qianlong Period c.1750 – 1770. | ROBERT McPHERSON ANTIQUES
  • An 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Dish ‘The Pekinese and the Parrots’ Possible After a Design From the Pronk Studio | ROBERT McPHERSON ANTIQUES
  • A Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Blue and White Models of Boys, Qianlong Period c.1750.
  • A rare Kangxi Famille Jaune porcelain cup c.1700. This small lobed cup has a butterfly form handle. The painting consists of panels of flowering plants set against the yellow ground. Famille Jaune is really a variation on the Famille Verte palette, essentially it uses the same enamels but has a vibrant translucent yellow ground. There are many late 19th and early 20th century Chinese copies of Famille Jaune. www.orientalceramics.com
  • A Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Dish, Shunzhi or Early Kangxi c.1650 - 1670. This Sturdily Potted Shallow Dish has its Rim Dressed with a Pale Brown Iron-Oxide. To the Left is a Rock, Sometimes Referred to as a Scholars Rock and to the Right a Large Leaf with a Two Line Poem Written in White Against Blue. The Base with a Four Character Mark Which can be Translated as
  • A Small Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Dish, Shunzhi or Kangxi c.1650 - 1670. Painted with a Leaf to the Left of a Two Line Poem. For a similar Kangxi blue and white porcelain dish dated 1667, from the Butler Family Collection (collection number F22) see : Seventeenth Century Jingdezhen Porcelain from the Shanghai Museum and the Butler Collection.
  • A Small Ming Blue and White Porcelain Dish, Jiajing Period 1522-1566. Decorated with Two Male Figures in a Garden Landscape. The Reverse with Scrolling Flowers. The Base with a Poorly Drawn Four Character Mark Reading
  • A Ming Porcelain Dish Decorated with a Tiger, Late Tianqi or Chongzhen c.1625-1635.
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  • A Very Rare 16th Century Ming Porcelain Mottled Yellow-Green Ground Blue and White Dish, Late Jiajing to Early Wanli c.1560-80. Decorated with a Crab to the Center, Surrounded by a Key Fret Border. The Base with a Mark Within a Lozenge Panel, Possibly Fu Gui Jia Qi, 'Beautiful Vessel for the Rich and Vessel for the Rich and Honourable'.
  • Ming Porcelain Dish For the Japanese Market, Tianqi or Chongzhen 1621 – 1644. | R & G McPHERSON ANTIQUES